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His Majesty King Abdullah II held talks on Tuesday with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Verlusconi dealt with efforts aiming at resuming peace talks by implementing the roadmap as well as the bilateral relations between Jordan and Italy.
His Majesty King Abdullah II met on Monday with Chief of Staff of the Bahraini Army, Sheikh Rashid Ben Abdullah Al Khalifa who conveyed to His Majesty greetings of the King of Bahrain Hamad Ben Issa Al Khalifa.
5 June 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday returned home following a short visit to the United Kingdom, where he patronized, in London, Shelby Royal Hospital's annual military show.
His Majesty King Abdullah II received in Bait Al Bahr Palace on Wednesday Palestinain Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas and his accompanying delegation to the Aqaba summit.
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Wednesday in Bait Al Bahr at Aqaba US President George W. Bush and discussed with him the ongoing efforts that aim to push the peace process in the Middle East.
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived back in Amman on Tuesday after taking part in Sharm el-Sheikh Arab-American summit.
His Majesty King Abdullah II has affirmed that the Palestinian problem has been and is still the "core of conflict" and the major cause of all forms of violence and instability in the region.
3 June 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah left Amman on Tuesday heading to Egypt to take part in the Sharm Al Sheikh summit.
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Monday the Secretary General of the Islamic World Association Dr. Abdullah Abdul Mihsin Al Turki who conveyed to His Majesty the greetings of the Saudi Monarch King Fahd and the Crown Prince Abdullah Ben Abdul Aziz.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed on Monday, during a meeting with the Palestinian Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas, that the Aqaba summit which will be held with the participation of the US President George Bush and the Palestinian and Israeli prime ministers, is a serious step on the path of implementing and following up items of the roadmap.